GPU-Z 0.5.9

GPU-Z logoGPU-Z is used for video card characteristics detection. This is simple application whose size is about 900 Kbytes and does not require installation. It supports a lot of modern accelerators, including mobile GPUs and integrated graphics. Each new release contains a lot of modifications.

This is the list of version 0.5.9 modifications:

GPU-Z 0.5.9

  • Added support for AMD Radeon HD 7750 and HD 7770
  • Added voltage monitoring for Radeon HD 7950 and HD 7970
  • Fixed memory size readings for ATI cards with large VRAM
  • Improved formula for NVIDIA ASIC Quality reading
  • Added explanation text to ASIC quality window
  • Fixed bug that caused updater to show up even though no update available, lagging GPU-Z
  • When multi-GPU setup detected, PCIe load test will recommend full screen
  • Added board ID to BIOS version readout
  • Added option to show sensor reading in GPU-Z title (click the arrow next to the sensor name)
  • Refresh sensors in background now defaults to enabled
  • Fixed release date for Radeon HD 7950
  • Added PCI vendor Packard Bell
  • Fix for ATI hardware access breaking on Catalyst 12.1
  • Added fan RPM monitoring support on some ATI cards
  • Added GF108 based GT 520, GTX 555 (non-mobile), GeForce 305M, 610M

It is possible to download GPU-Z 0.5.9 from our site:

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